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Why You Should Invest for the Long and the Short Term

Why You Should Invest for the Long and the Short Term

17 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

When emerging markets stocks have taken a hit in recent weeks (along with the Aussie market, we’ll add), most investors forget about the long term plans.

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There’s a Bear Market in Stocks and You Didn’t Even Know it

There’s a Bear Market in Stocks and You Didn’t Even Know it

16 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

This doesn’t mean stocks are about to crash. And we’re not about to tell you to sell all your stocks. As far as investing goes, it’s business as usual.

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A Secret Only a Tiny Number of Investors Understand

A Secret Only a Tiny Number of Investors Understand

15 September 2014 by Bill Bonner

Of course, many investors did outperform the stock market. But efficient market proponents believed this to be a matter of luck, not skill.

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Neither Himmler nor Stalin Could Keep This Market Trend Down

Neither Himmler nor Stalin Could Keep This Market Trend Down

11 September 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

You don’t have to look to Asia or Africa for emerging market exposure. You can find it right in Europe.

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How to Predict the Future of Gold Without Time Travel

How to Predict the Future of Gold Without Time Travel

08 September 2014 by Ken Wangdong

In the second quarter of 2013, Gold went through a structural adjustment. The sharp fall in the gold price rendered this short term valuation model useless.

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Why You Need to Buy the ‘Mirror Portfolio’

Why You Need to Buy the ‘Mirror Portfolio’

08 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

A Mirror Portfolio involves finding out the companies that did best when the American economy grew. You then invest in those same types of companies today.

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I’ve Seen Nothing Like This in Nearly 20 Years of Stock Picking

I’ve Seen Nothing Like This in Nearly 20 Years of Stock Picking

05 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

As a speculator and stock picker there was no way we were going to miss out on that action. We figured there were two ways to profit from this era of low interest rates.

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The investment opportunities in data addiction

The investment opportunities in data addiction

04 September 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

The world is moving towards more immersive technology at an unprecedented pace. A wise investment in the right tech stocks could repay you several times over.

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We May Not Like the Game, But We’re Not Folding This Hand

We May Not Like the Game, But We’re Not Folding This Hand

03 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

But when the market deals the cards, it’s up to you as an investor to play the best hand you can out of those cards.

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Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Warren Buffett on Stocks

02 September 2014 by Kris Sayce

Warren Buffett is the world’s most famous stock picker. He’s made a multi-billion-dollar fortune by analysing and investing in stocks and specific companies

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These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

These Investment Portfolios Pass the Baja Vacation Test

01 September 2014 by Bernd Struben

The stock market is a fickle beast. I wanted to highlight the importance of putting together an investment portfolio that allows you to sleep well at night.

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How to Profit from a ‘Bad Idea’ in the Stock Market

How to Profit from a ‘Bad Idea’ in the Stock Market

29 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

As an investor you shouldn’t automatically exclude a stock from consideration just because you think it’s a bad idea. Sometimes even bad ideas have merit.

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Albert Park Investors Guild: Reader Questions Answered

Albert Park Investors Guild: Reader Questions Answered

29 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

You’ll know we’ve been profiling our new project, the Albert Park Investors Guild. Today we’d like to answer some of the questions sent in by our readers.

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Australians Pay Double in Superannuation Fees

Australians Pay Double in Superannuation Fees

28 August 2014 by Meagan Evans

That’s right. Australians pay TWICE as much in superannuation fees as other countries. In the long run, fees have a massive impact on yourretirement income

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Why You Should Look At the Stock Market Big Picture

Why You Should Look At the Stock Market Big Picture

27 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Everyone is always looking out for the next stock market crash. But what if investors overestimate the impact of a crash?

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Investing: It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

Investing: It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

27 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

Together, our board members produce dozens of insightful investment reports each week. And part of my role is to sort through this wealth of information.

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Australian Stock Investors are Missing Out

Australian Stock Investors are Missing Out

26 August 2014 by Meagan Evans

While Australian investors continue to hold most of their share investments in local stocks, they are beginning to recognise the opportunities abroad.

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Invest Well…Rest Well

Invest Well…Rest Well

25 August 2014 by Bernd Struben

Fluctuating currency rates are another reason to invest overseas. No one knows what the Aussie dollar will be trading at next year.

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How The Future of Warfare is Financial War

How The Future of Warfare is Financial War

20 August 2014 by MoneyMorning

The first financial war game… The weapons were nothing that would shoot or explode; you could only use stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities.

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What to Do if You Want to Make Bigger Stock Gains

What to Do if You Want to Make Bigger Stock Gains

08 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Providing you don’t go crazy by investing more than you should in these stocks, you often find the return outweighs the risks.

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Even a Lazy Stock Investor Can Make 7.96% a Year…

Even a Lazy Stock Investor Can Make 7.96% a Year…

05 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

Based on how much dividends have increased over that time… A lazy stock investor would be happy with 7.96% per year.

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When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

04 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in stocks. Most of those should be strong dividend paying stocks.

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Mainstream Thinking, Mainstream Investment Returns

Mainstream Thinking, Mainstream Investment Returns

04 August 2014 by MoneyMorning

Why does the mainstream investment industry get it so wrong so often? In fact, the performance of their stock tips doesn’t really matter.

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Diggers and Drillers

After three years in the doldrums…

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The last time resource stocks traded this low we saw a two and a half year rally that saw them gain 124%...
 
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